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Creativity is a Journey, not the Destination

22 JANUARY 2015

Do you want more ideas? Do you want to get unstuck? Are you still looking for that quick fix? Wouldn’t it be great if you only had to make one sales call, and sales kept coming through? Wouldn’t it be great if you only had to upload one social media post, and your marketing was complete? We know that sales ..read more

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Resourcing SNA’s : Fridays 13/6/14 and 27/6/16, Clare and Limerick

01 JULY 2014

Hello All, it was great meeting you and here is the list as promised. GAMES SNA’s

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A fun way to improve listening in groups

08 JUNE 2014

Name Email I use this one at nearly every workshop and it never fails to get people laughing and in the moment!

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A quick technique to get people cooperating

03 JUNE 2014

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Present Fearlessly

26 MAY 2014

Name Email This technique is so easy to do, and once you can do it, you can present ANYTHING!!!!!

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Keeping younger people occupied

19 MAY 2014

Here is a technique for keeping children(5-12) occupied on car journeys or indeed any trip which involves you, them , and the need for quiet

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A little relaxation….

12 MAY 2014

Name Email Lots of research has been done on the “flow” state, where we become so absorbed in what we do we lose ourselves in the activity. How about losing ourselves in relaxation? How peaceful would that be?    

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A simple technique to improve listening

05 MAY 2014

Name Email This week is all about listening. This is a great technique to improve focussed listening and attentiveness.

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